I repeat myself. I am not against Github it is really a fantastic invention and if it werent there we should invent it again.
I was lamenting that this particular way of submitting documentation, involving the setup of a docker for having a visual feedback on it is not exactly the easy way as it was proposed in the title of this topic.
I am indeed very positive on this, and asking in my first post if you can provide explicit documentation on setting all this on a Windows machine, where docker support is not so easy to install and handle.
Also I would still stand with the point that much of the luck of the SecondLife documentation laid on the cooperative way of submitting documentation which could be done by any casual person even not committed to industrial IT standards.
Regarding myself, I work as a professional Java programmer, so github and Linux and other things are not by themselves an obstacle to me, but being also an educator to non technical people AND to professional lazy IT people, I can confirm that every complexity in the workflow can be used as an excuse for not helping.
It can be quite different if this would be a paid remote job. In such case obviously what you wrote makes a lot of sense.
Where I work in Italy, 80% of programmers do use Windows including myself for developing, and we use virtual machine and docker for running our products, but majority of people find Windows on desktop much more productive than Linux. Myself, I have MacOS, Linux and Windows machines and work on all of them without particular problems, but for instance to use virtual worlds Windows is still the best choice and with vr is the only choice.